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Saying Goodbye to the Boating Season

We did our last boating trip of the season at Moberly Lake, a hour or so north of Dawson Creek


We were not alone. We met a great group of people who were there to spend their last day on the lake as well. We hooked up and toured the lake together.


We had the whole day so we stopped lots and just floated, put our fishing lines in and visited. We had both made great picnic lunches and we enjoyed getting to know each other a bit over our boats.


We saw an eagle hunt right on the lake. Actually it caught a fish while we didn't.


Moberly Lake is quite big and the water can change from quiet to very choppy in a short period of time. By late afternoon, the wind picked up, and because of the white caps, we stayed off the middle of the lake and kept close to shore for the rest of the day.


Evening came shortly after another picnic supper and we decided to stay and watch the sun go down on the lake one last time.


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Taken on February 19, 2003